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Thứ Hai, 30 tháng 6, 2014

'Malicious SAP emails traced to ex-India MD's laptop' - Times of India

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SAP Labs' police complaint on May 30 had alleged that malicious and offensive emails were sent to its German board members over a four-month period.



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BANGALORE: Anirban Dey's exit as SAP Labs India managing director last week appears to have happened under strange circumstances.

"The IP address from where the objectionable emails were sent is from SAP Labs former head Anirban Dey. We have not questioned anyone in connection with the case. We are waiting for legal opinion to proceed further," DCP (Bangalore-East) P S Harsha told TOI.


TOI was the first to report both Dey's exit and SAP's registration of a case against the anonymous emailer.


SAP Labs' police complaint on May 30 had alleged that malicious and offensive emails were sent to its German board members over a four-month period from December 23, 2013 to April 13 this year. The complaint, filed under Section 66A of the Information Technology Act 2000, alleged the mails were hurting the reputation of senior executives in the company. On Monday, the company said, it had conducted a full investigation after certain allegations were made, via anonymous emails, against an SAP India employee.

"SAP takes all allegations seriously and we fully investigate all reports, anonymous or otherwise. So far, our internal investigations indicate that the anonymous allegation was incorrect and contained unsubstantiated details. In accordance with SAP policy, we have referred this matter to the local police and, with an investigation underway, we cannot discuss details of that case."


When contacted, Dey told TOI "I have no comments at this point in time. Please contact SAP Marcom team for further updates. We will connect at a suitable time later." Sources said the complaints related to an alleged unsavoury incident that happened in the company about two years ago and which the anonymous emailer felt had not been adequately dealt with. Following Dey's exit, SAP looks to be considering withdrawing the police complaint. Police commissioner Raghavendra Auradkar told TOI that the management of SAP Labs was not keen on pursing the case. He said the management had sought time to reconsider their decision and in all possibility the case would



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